Straight off of Bourbon Street in New Orleans, this tender bourbon chicken is covered in a slightly sweet sauce with a little kick. It's a true taste of the South you won't be able to resist.  There's even instructions for making it in the slow cooker! You can't get any easier than that!!

Bourbon Chicken

Straight off of Bourbon Street in New Orleans, this tender bourbon chicken is covered in a slightly sweet sauce with a little kick. It's a true taste of the South you won't be able to resist. There's even instructions for making it in the slow cooker! You can't get any easier than that!!

Recipes for Mardi Gras

Recipes for Mardi Gras

Recipes for Mardi Gras [This is another fabulous link to recipes for this special part of the world, Keva xo].

Chicken Andouille Sausage Gumbo - Smoky sausage, okra, and aromatic vegetables make this authentic New Orleans recipe perfect for sharing. via @foodiegavin

Chicken Andouille Sausage Gumbo

Chicken Andouille Sausage Gumbo - Smoky sausage, okra, and aromatic vegetables make this authentic New Orleans recipe perfect for sharing. via @foodiegavin

New Orleans Gumbo with Shrimp and Sausage - my take on Gumbo! This recipe makes even the roux from scratch and is absolutely perfect to let simmer for Sunday supper!

New Orleans Gumbo with Shrimp and Sausage

New Orleans Gumbo with Shrimp and Sausage - my take on Gumbo! This recipe makes even the roux from scratch and is absolutely perfect to let simmer for Sunday supper!

Some of the best food comes out of New Orleans. Probably because it's a mix of French, Native American, German, African, Spanish, and Italian. So many different styles infused into one great place. One of those dishes is voodoo shrimp and grits that I have adapted from Home Sweet Jones. It's one of the easier New Orleans dishes to make because you don't have to mess with making a roux or using a variety of seafood and meats. The shrimp pairs perfectly with some cheesy grits made with gouda…

A Taste of New Orleans: Voodoo Shrimp and Grits

Some of the best food comes out of New Orleans. Probably because it's a mix of French, Native American, German, African, Spanish, and Italian. So many different styles infused into one great place. One of those dishes is voodoo shrimp and grits that I have adapted from Home Sweet Jones. It's one of the easier New Orleans dishes to make because you don't have to mess with making a roux or using a variety of seafood and meats. The shrimp pairs perfectly with some cheesy grits made with gouda…

A good batter is what sets fried catfish apart, and this New Orleans Fried Catfish recipe is one you'll make often. With just a couple of ingredients, it's done!

A good batter is what sets fried catfish apart, and this New Orleans Fried Catfish recipe is one you'll make often. With just a couple of ingredients, it's done!

New Orleans Beignets - soft, pillowy and the best New Orleans beignets recipe ever. This recipe is fail-proof, anyone can make it | rasamalaysia.com

New Orleans Beignets

New Orleans Beignets - soft, pillowy and the best New Orleans beignets recipe ever. This recipe is fail-proof, anyone can make it | rasamalaysia.com

New Orleans Cajun Jambalaya... Recipe adapted from a New Orleans Cooking School, LOADED with meat and Cajun Veggies and spices. This version also adds Tomatoes and Tomato Juice to add even more layers of CAJUN SPICY FLAVORS and COLORS! AUTHENTIC, Classic and EASY RECIPE!!!

New Orleans Cajun Jambalaya... Recipe adapted from a New Orleans Cooking School, LOADED with meat and Cajun Veggies and spices. This version also adds Tomatoes and Tomato Juice to add even more layers of CAJUN SPICY FLAVORS and COLORS! AUTHENTIC, Classic and EASY RECIPE!!!

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